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!THE YONCOPIN aw n— i jwmiui CENTENARY COLLEGE 28 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 14 The Gents scored almost at will in the opening quarters of play, during which a total of twenty-eight points were made. The Choctaws realized that no headway could be made through the Gent ' s line, and then opened their aerial attack, which was largely responsible for their two touchdowns. Sev- eral long runs by Smith and Letteer, together with the good work of the line plainly exhibited the superiority of the. home team. m ' i num— i tfroa MSZ amna. 158
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Htf sthe yoncopin: W ' f Jack Rhea, " C, " Halfback Although Jack was kept out of many games on account of an injured knee, he was a very helpful man in the games he played. His work as halfback showed skill and hard work. Franklin Allday, " C, " Halfback " bear " " Bear, " serving his first year on the varsity, showed as a scrappy little half- back. He is one of the best " travelers " Centenary has ever had. Give him the ball and half a chance and it is almost certain that he will score. We expect " Bear " to make a great showing next season. Audie Marsalis, " C, " Halfback " frenchie " " Frenchie " was the biggest " dare-devil " on the squad this year. Marsalis worked hard and conscientiously and proved himse ' f an efficient backfielder. We are expecting great things from the " Cajun " next year. Glenn Letteer, " C, " Halfback " man-of-war " " Man-of-War " was the fastest man on the squad this year. He made many spectacular plays and covered more ground in the shortest length of time than any member of the team. Unfortunately Glenn was kept out of several of the games due to his physical condition, but when he was in the game he did his bit. Letteer knew the game and played it exceedingly well. He was one of the best halfbacks that Centenary has ever had. He was very efficient and skillful in his playing. " Man-of-War " was a valuable man. and he will be hard to replace. mw ««■ ■ w w w a .uiW H
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THE YQNCOPIN Clarence Hamel, " C, " Right End " susie " " Susie " Hamel, one of the oM home-town boys, played in every game of the season and because of his brilliant work, he was picked as All-Conference End. " Susie " and Charlie Smith certainly thrilled the spectators with the trick play that won the Oklahoma Teachers ' game. Centenary is justly proud of Clarence. He was a good man either in the line or in the backfield. His toe was very valuable to the Gents, besides his effective work at end. Clyde Faulk, " C, " Guard " big faulk " Clyde made a fine showing as guard and was a mighty good man on the offen- sive. He was a hard fighter and few men went through the line by him. Ernest Kepke, " C, " Left End Ernest Kepke, the " smiling lad from Texas, " did his bit toward winning victories for the Gents this year. Kepke held down the position of Left End on the squad, and he did a good job of it, too. " Kip " had the interest of his old Alma Mater at heart, and he did everything in his power to keep defeat from her door. We regret very much that this may be Kepke ' s last year on the team, because he served well. Zollie Bennett, " C, " Center A ' though disabled quite a bit of the season, Zollie remained faithful to his tecm-mates and fought a good fight while in the gcmes. He was a good man at Center and also as Guard. His offensive work was especially good, and he was able to make many holes in the enemy ' s line. Zollie was a worth-while man to the Gents. WW ewwa aum 159
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